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Photographer Dad Does Horror Photoshoots With His Daughters

Published 7 years ago

You’ve seen how the photographer mom captures the fairytale-like childhood of her kids, now take a look at the no less creative way that the photographer dad, Joshua Hoffine photographs his daughters. The main difference being that instead of fairy tales, he chose a horror setting.

The Missouri-based photographer has spent more than a decade bringing horrors from his imagination to real life. With his famous photo series called “After Dark My Sweet” he reminds us of the nightmares we had as children. Thanks. What a nice guy…

If you’re not a fan of graphical horror movies, then be warned that gallery below is filled with the content you might not enjoy.

More info: joshua hoffine | kickstarter | facebook | twitter (h/t: boredpanda)

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Joshua Hoffine is a photographer who likes spending time with his daughters


But as you can see, combining his work and his family leads to very interesting results!


He gets his daughters to pose for his nightmarish photoshoots


But even though they look terrified, the kids can’t get enough of it


“They loved it,” said Hoffine. “It was like a giant game of dress-up for them”


“They also knew we were making a scary picture — and loved the idea of scaring the audience as much as I did.”


For the rest of us however, Hoffine’s pictures are downright scary!


His most well-known series is called ‘After Dark My Sweet’


The series is themed around the nightmares we have as children


And as you can see from these pictures, they certainly are nightmarish!





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